New York Daily News
It’s a bloody good show for the Brits
It was a British invasion at this year’s Golden Globes.
Talent from across the pond reigned over several categories, some portraying Americans in riveting roles.
Sacha Baron Cohen was the big winner, earning best actor in a comedy or musical for “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” which won best picture — musical or comedy. Cohen was a writer and producer on the film as well as the star.
Actors Emma Corrin (inset) and Josh O’Connor won the titles of best actress and actor in a TV drama for their uncanny portrayals of Princess Diana and Prince Charles in this year’s best TV drama winner “The Crown.”
Fellow Brit Daniel Kaluuya won best supporting actor in a movie for his stirring portrayal of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in “Judas and the Black Messiah.” In his acceptance speech, Kaluuya paid tribute to “how brilliantly” Hampton spoke and thought and loved.
John Boyega was chuffed after winning the Globe for best supporting actor in a TV show for his role in the anthology “Small Axe.”
And Rosamund Pike won best actress in a musical or comedic movie for “I Care A Lot.”
English musician Atticus Ross, meanwhile, scooped up the trophy for best original score alongside Trent Reznor and Jon Batiste for their work on the animated hit “Soul.”